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way or another. >> robert brown was discharged from the marines in 2004. he was suffering from a traumatic brain injury and ptsd. >> i was an rp. i was a religious programs specialist. worked with the chaplain so i worked with suicide guys. we had several attempts. then -- >> you needed some help yourself? >> yeah. >> what happens for a lot of veterans when they come home, especially when they get back to their community is that they can go to a very tough and hard place and they start to wonder what's next for me and they ask themselves why did this happen to me. >> i had no idea what i was going to do. it made me homeless. i had no money, no where to go. and then i finally had enough courage to go back home and hung out with family but that wasn't working very good, you know, people's got their own family and kids. >> when you're in the military, you're part of something that other men and women to your left and right are part of alongside with you. and it's a life, it's a family. so when you leave that very distinct environment, a piece of you is missing. >> greitens started
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